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|Fischer, Susan||School of Human Ecology||The research in Dr. Fischer's laboratory is primarily concerned with elucidating the role of inflammatory processes in the tumor promotion stage of multistage skin carcinogenesis. The emphasis of …|
|Forman, Michele||School of Human Ecology; Dell Medical School; Nutritional Sciences; Population Research Center; Textiles and Apparel||Research across the globe with an emphasis on early life exposures and risk for cancer as well as the role of nutrition in growth and health across the life course with an emphasis on the effect of …|
|Freeland, Jeanne||School of Human Ecology||Nutritional needs of women from a biochemical perspective; Mineral metabolism in health and disease; Nutrient regulation of gene expression; Determination of mineral requirements at the human and …|
|Galea, Antonia||School of Human Ecology||Natural Sciences: Human Ecology|
|Gershoff, Elizabeth||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology||Dr. Gershoff's current research focuses on the impacts of poverty, community violence, and neighborhoods on child and youth development over time. Her research combines longitudinal and …|
|Gleason, Marci||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology||Marci E. J. Gleason is interested in dyadic functioning, especially the nature of close relationships examined over time. Her current work explores how cancer patients and their family members make …|
|Gray, Christine||School of Human Ecology||Close relationships, development of interpersonal trust in dating relationships|
|Hazen-Swann, Nancy||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology||Dr. Hazen studies the development of social competence and peer relationships in early childhood. She is interested in how children's relationships in the family relate to their developing …|
|Jacobvitz, Deborah||Human Development and Family Sciences; School of Human Ecology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Dr. Jacobvitz specializes in parent-child interactions and their transmission from one generation to the next. Using data from a 7-year longitudinal study, Dr. Jacobvitz is studying the transmission …|
|Jolly, Christopher||School of Human Ecology; Nutritional Sciences||Professor Jolly's research area is in examining the influence of aging and diet on immune function with special emphasis on lipid metabolism and signal transduction.|